Posted: Mon 24th Dec 2018

Road safety improvements in Broughton set to begin in the new year

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Dec 24th, 2018

Flintshire County Council said it has been successful in obtaining funding from Welsh Government to “address road safety concerns” on Broughton Hall Road in Broughton.

The council says that following public consultation event held at the community centre in July, eight weeks of works will began from January 14.

Works will include resurfacing of Broughton Hall Road, installation of traffic calming features, improved crossing facilities and safety measures.

Councillor Carolyn Thomas, Cabinet Member for Streetscene and Countryside, said:

“All critical works around the school will be carried out during February half term and during school term works will be contained between 9.30am and 2.30pm to keep disruption to a minimum.

The scheme will improve safety and accessibility for children attending Broughton Primary School whilst also benefiting the local community utilising the services and facilities in this area. 

The scheme also has wider benefits as it forms part of a broader proposal to implement cycling provision between Mold and Broughton and onward to Sandycroft and Saltney.”

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